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Subject [Solr Wiki] Trivial Update of "HowToContribute" by ErickErickson
Date Sun, 18 Apr 2010 02:08:33 GMT
Dear Wiki user,

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The "HowToContribute" page has been changed by ErickErickson.
The comment on this change is: Improved the look of the links to the attachments for .classpath
and .project..


  This is easy since Paulo Castagna did the hard work and then posted two files you'll need,
.classpath and .project for both Lucene and SOLR. Note: These are *not* currently checked
in to SVN, they are attached to this page. You might find yourself asking the question "where
did these files unzip to?" Since they start with a dot (.), the OS X Finder doesn't show them
by default. You can do an "ls -a" in a terminal window and they'll show up. Something similar
may occur in Windows. Here are Paulo's files:
-  * [[ .classpath and .properties files for Lucene]]
+  * [[|Zip file for .classpath and .properties files for Lucene]]
-  * [[ .classpath and .properties files for SOLR]]
+  * [[|Zip file for .classpath and .properties files for SOLR]]
  Put the respective .classpath and .profile files in ~/apache/trunk/lucene and ~/apache/trunk/solr.
Now fire up Eclipse and just select "File>>New>>Java Project". Click "Create project
from existing sources". Browse to ~/apache/trunk/lucene (this should be whats in the "directory"
textbox). Now just click through to "finish", accepting the defaults. Eclipse will chew away
on this for a while.

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